Volgograd businessman concealed 12 million rubles from tax office
The director of LLC MS-Volga Evgeny Bibik, who owns more than 12 million rubles to the tax office, will be judged in Volgograd.
The investigation of the criminal case concerning the entrepreneur is finished, he is incriminated Evading Payment of Taxes on an especially large scale (part 1 of Art. 199 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation).
During investigation, specialists established that the firm headed by Evgeny Bibik was engaged in production and implementation of waste paper. Wishing to save on taxes, the businessman included false data in tax declarations of 2012-2014. In documents he specified that the firm bought necessary for production waste paper, film, plastic and pallets from eight various firms. In practice it turned out that the specified firms did not conduct any business activity at all, and he used them as false firms. As a result the entrepreneur concealed more than 12 million rubles from tax payments.
Investigating bodies collected enough proofs confirming guilt of the businessman. The man admitted his guilt and began to cooperate with investigating officers. Now all evidence with the approved indictment was sent to court for further consideration on the merits. In addition, as security measures, property of the businessman was arrested.
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